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For the Mongolian nomad boy Amra, the accidental death of his father represents a tragic end to a happy childhood. His grief proves to be a source of empowerment, fuelling Amra’s quest to honour his father’s memory and take on a powerful mining company.
One summer night in Paris, Félix meets Alma by chance and they get along beautifully. He decides to surprise her at the place where her family is holidaying in the south and enlists his best friend in an adventure that won’t leave them quite the same.
After moving to a conservative small town in southern Brazil, Alice, a transgender girl, has to confront her repressive new surroundings. But, full of courage, energy and self-confidence, the young YouTuber turns established stereotypes upside down.
Amber belongs to a queer generation which no longer wants to allow society to dictate their identity. The teenagers proudly inhabit a spectrum of fluid identities and master their first loves and losses.
From mineworker to manufacturing mogul. A mixture of family chronicle and economic documentary, the film follows the ascent of a European immigrant to the US from the early 20th century through the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
A documentary about the concrete sections of the Berlin Wall that have been acquired by institutions or individuals since 1989 and are now scattered across the USA. Cherished or abandoned, they have become silent witnesses to recent history.
Theo Angelopoulos’ virtuoso debut is at once the cool reconstruction of a crime of passion and a half-documentary exploration of the social conditions that form the backdrop to the murder.
Even in her job at a children’s day care centre, Anne prefers fun to actual work and often alienates those around her with her erratic behaviour. Deragh Campbell gives a brilliant performance in this study of a woman teetering on the brink.
Ësáasi Eweera, one of the last kings of the Bubi people of Equatorial Guinea and a threat to Spanish colonial rule, died in suspicious circumstances. A century later, the case is reopened: a formalist detective story and an indictment of colonialism.
Shot from 1972-75, Anna observed a young drug addict expecting a child. Ruhm’s essay film draws on this previous work and asks about the place of women in a world that was full of discrimination back in the 70s and remains so today.
Welcome to the hood! The collectively run Filmrauschpalast in Berlin-Moabit invites Talents and members of the public to join in with audience development experts and locals as talk turns to strategies that make a community cinema the heart of a "Kiez."
Jakarta-based ruangrupa turns the HAU into a space to hang out. In an invitation to unformatted exchange, the collective behind the artistic direction of documenta fifteen allows cooperation, agreement and the right to stage collective protest take over the floor.
Jane recently landed her dream job as assistant to a powerful media mogul. She is soon confronted with abusive practices and realises the dark underbelly of the system she has just entered. A film in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
For five years, a short film in the Berlinale Shorts competition has won the Audi Short Film Award. To celebrate our anniversary, previous prize-winning films Planet ∑, Solar Walk and Rise are being screened in the Audi Berlinale Lounge.
A love letter to Vienna of the 1960s that is also a social portrait of post-war Austria. Viennese folk singer Kurt Girk and his friend Alois Schmutzer discuss their lives in Vienna’s underworld milieu – for which they served long prison terms.